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@Krisna, I found the title rather misleading. This is abour  writing text along a path, and about  drawing the path around an object. I cannot see any wrapping involved.

John

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On 4/19/2021 at 9:39 AM, John Rostron said:

@Krisna, I found the title rather misleading. This is abour  writing text along a path, and about  drawing the path around an object. I cannot see any wrapping involved.

John

Good catch. Running text around an object is not the same as wrapping. I'm up for that tutorial.

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See this link. The most elegant option is available in Affinity Publisher only, but there's a 'poor man's' version of it available in Designer.

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